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The hospital trusts running the units said parents would only be told the sex of the foetus if there were special medical reasons, such as the chance of a child inheriting a condition which is gender specific.
Couples who simply want to know which colour to paint the nursery - or to tell existing children whether they will be having a baby brother or sister, are told that they can only find out by going private.
Luton & Dunstable Hospital Foundation trust said the sex was only established if there were clinical reasons to do so.
A spokeswoman said the resources involved were a consideration.
Greater Acceptance in More Secular and Affluent Countries As the United States and other countries grapple with the issue of same-sex marriage, a new Pew Research Center survey finds huge variance by region on the broader question of whether homosexuality should be accepted or rejected by society.
The survey of publics in 39 countries finds broad acceptance of homosexuality in North America, the European Union, and much of Latin America, but equally widespread rejection in predominantly Muslim nations and in Africa, as well as in parts of Asia and in Russia.
There are about 150 pandas at the Chengdu Research Base of Giant Panda Breeding, in southern China, and up close and personal there is no doubt about it — they are adorable, cute and cuddly. In captivity "they lose their natural habits", senior scientist Shen Fujun said."The complex rhythm of Panda mating behaviour, with its territorial scent marking and mating calls and social interactions over large areas, is disrupted."It has taken a team of experts three decades to make the captive pandas mate again.But they no longer hold the key to their own survival. Last year 23 were born at the centre and this year they are expecting more."Since the 1980s we've come to understand their sexual behaviour, been able to determine exactly when the female ovulates, and develop successful artificial insemination processes," Dr Shen said.Female pandas only ovulate one to three days a year. Zhang Hao is one of the senior keepers in charge of breeding program and says pandas, like humans, are picky about who they mate with."We have to find the best partner for them, but they have personal choices too, so it can be difficult," he said.The males have to be separated otherwise they will fight.On the day 7.30 filmed a male panda was rubbing up against the grate, walking around agitated and grunting at the female, apparently to show his interest, but it was to no avail. Mr Zhang said when a female likes a male "she will rub her body through [the ] grate at him and stick her tail up towards the male panda".